Transformations are a huge draw for many television shows. Whether it is a makeover show where we get the opportunity to see someone transform into another person entirely, or a home and garden renovation series where we get the chance to watch properties regain their former glory – they can be hugely satisfying for many. Occasionally they even give us the motivation to get up and change the curtains or do that decorating we never got around to. Although we love to believe we can recreate the incredible designs we see on screen, these shows are run by creative professionals, and we just can’t live up to their high standards. However, that is half the pull. How do they do it?
Are there any secrets behind the show? We’re glad you asked. One of the biggest shows on HGTV, Fixer Upper, has recently come to an end after five years on the air. The series followed Joanna and Chip Gaines as they renovate properties that are well past their prime. These houses then transform into something unbelievable. But that’s just it, are they simply an incredible pair, or are there magic strings that make the process a whole lot easier than it looks? Is it power tools or a magic wand they have up their sleeves? As the series waves farewell to our TV screens, we are about to take a look at some of the biggest secrets they have been hiding all these years…
[post_page_title]Have they ever been arrested?[/post_page_title]
Watching our favorite stars on television, whether they are fictional or real, can be something like watching a role model. We have a tendency to look up to them, as if they could do no wrong. But Chip apparently did do something wrong, to the point where he was arrested. After refusing to pay a $2,500 fine for letting his dogs roam around their neighborhood consistently, he was placed temporarily behind bars, until he was bailed out for $800.